Guardianship Protection vs. Oppression – Why Neither is the Correct Perspective

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Guardianship law is unique in its intent and contrary goals of protection and independence. These are two laudable goals that are mutually exclusive. This creates stresses in the system that can create unusual results and put the person atissue in the middle of a policy tug of war. This policy presentation is to suggest a different view of guardianship. A view of management and process that can be used for better results. Presented by Lance McKinney Esq., long standing member of both national (NAELA) and state (AFELA) associations of Elder Law attorneys. 1 CEU in Guardianship, 1 CEU in Professional Ethics, and 1 CEU in Guardianship Law.

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